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These stories are about the power of Special Olympics to inspire hope, confidence and courage. Special Olympics changes the lives of our athletes with intellectual disabilities but also our coaches, families, volunteers and others who have the opportunity to take part.
The following is an excerpt by Mental Floss from the article titled 11 Facts About Special Olympics:
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Special Olympics Puerto Rico athlete David “El Delfin Boricua” Torres Rivera became the first person with Down syndrome to participate in the IRONMAN 70.3 Puerto Rico.
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UNITAR has appointed the President and Managing Director of Special Olympics Europe Eurasia David S. Evangelista to the Advisory Board of its Division for Multilateral Diplomacy.
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For Special Olympics athlete, Chris Teich, confidence ties directly back to a key aspect of the Special Olympics Athlete Oath: Let me win but if I cannot win let me be brave in the attempt
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The organization, which combined both of her passions, piqued her interest, and she knew right away that it would be a great opportunity for her.
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A principal in Jamaica shares his plan to make schools more inclusive to students of all abilities.
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A team of Special Olympics athletes in Argentina are the leaders of a new digital magazine.
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As we continue to celebrate the 10-year anniversary of the Special Olympics and NCAA Division III partnership, it can be said that the bond between the two organizations formed well over a decade ago.
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WWE Superstar and Champion Ambassador Drew McIntyre joins the Inclusion Revolution Radio podcast.
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When Jad was born in Thailand and diagnosed with Down syndrome, his mother was overcome with sadness and disappointment.
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Everyone’s health needs should be included in the healthcare system, and people with intellectual disabilities deserve to have access to a healthcare environment that best addresses their specific health needs.
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The following is an excerpt by Style of Sport from the article titled The IRONMAN:
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